Running on the launch of the PC version, mobile users still are left with no news on when they’ll be getting their version. Though, there is no on the record word about the rolling out date of Windows 10 Mobile, anyone who is interested to know about which Lumia smartphones will be first to get the Windows 10 upgrade.
Many have been stuck staring idly waiting for the prompt to upgrade their operating systems, as if one was watching paint dry. But not many know there is actually a way to bypass all that jazz and get Windows 10 without waiting, with the exception of downloading and installing it of course.
Readily available to those who are on the Windows insider program which began last year in October – the much anticipated bridge-gaping Windows 10 has gone live in 190 countries. Including the lauded features from the notably clean Windows 7 and the touch-screen friendly tiles of Windows 8, Windows 10 brings that and a whole lot more. The OS will be free for those who currently have a valid copy of Windows 7, 8 or 8.1.
If you happen to need loads of data but can’t afford the expensive 128GB versions of the Apple iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, this cable would be right up your alley. A hybrid of a charging cable and external storage, the PhotoFast MemoriesCable is also a tool to help you sync to your computer.
Transport provider MyTeksi goes after the king of fruits and they are bringing it directly to your door-step. This RM1 service will be provided this weekend (25th-26th July) from 12:00 PM till 6:00 PM. You’ll only need to pay for the RM1 delivery cost, as the durian is complimentary. But be sure to snap it up fast, as it is first come-first-serve, with just 100 deliveries per day.
The Microsoft Lumia 640 XL was launched locally a few months ago but it came with a dual-SIM variant that supports up to 3G only. If faster connectivity is a priority, Microsoft Malaysia has announced the arrival of its Lumia 640 XL LTE version with a retail price of RM999. That’s RM70 more than the dual-SIM 3G version.
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Just make sure you’re using the latest version 2.12.60 which introduces both calling over mobile data and the ability to send audio clips. Take note that this is only applicable for Windows 8.1 and above. If you haven’t got it yet, you can get WhatsApp for Windows Phone here.
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Microsoft Malaysia has announced the arrival its Lumia 540 Dual SIM that’s priced at RM569. There have been a number of Lumia 5xx series smart phones but this Lumia 540 gets a HD 720p (1280×720) display and a larger 2,200mAh capacity battery.
The specs underneath are pretty much the same with an entry-level 1.2GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 200 processor with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of on-board storage that supports up to 128GB microSD. If you need more, Microsoft is also bundling 30GB of OneDrive Cloud storage.
Microsoft has just revealed that they are going to have a pair of new Lumia flagships in the works, and the devices are going to both have QHD screens and fat batteries.
The new leaks give us a glimpse of the specs the two new phones might be packing and sources say that the phones are likely to be the Lumia 940 and Lumia 940 XL.
Microsoft‘s Cortana is jumping off the Microsoft exclusive wagon and is heading straight to iOS and Android. This was just revealed in a video as explained by Redmond’s Joe Belfiore and Cortana will be presented as a “phone companion app” to be some serious competition for Apple’s Siri and Google Now.